Paul had never been to Rome but he had heard good things about the believers there. He wanted to help them grow strong in the Lord: he wanted to visit and tell them about the Good News. But circumstances were preventing it so instead he wrote a letter: a letter that gives the fullest explanation of the Good News to be found anywhere; a letter that, if you study and take it in, will make you strong in the Lord too.
Commencing Sunday 22nd January we'll be looking at Paul’s letter to the Romans in our morning services. We'll learn about man’s biggest problem and we'll learn about about God’s solution — that's the Good News. We'll find out how thorough and effective God’s solution is and we'll talk about the difference knowing about it ought to make.
On Thursday evenings, in our mid-week Bible Study, we'll be discussing some of the questions, doctrinal and practical, Roman's throws up. We really want to get to grips with this very important part of God’s Word and we want it to make a difference: we want to be strong.
Join us on Sunday mornings at 11:00 am and Thursday evenings at 8:00pm
If you can't make it, the sermons and study notes will be available to download each week from
Sermons @ KEC